I am Pete and just love mucking around in my garage at the back of my house.
A few years ago i had to cut up a old car for scrap and was using an angle grinder after a few hours and almost burning my leg off.
I didn’t notice the sparks slowly setting my jeans on fire.
I thought there’s got to be a better and quicker way to do this.
So i went on to mister google and discovered a thing called a plasma cutter.
But found when i went to local store to purchase it i got totally confused.
It seemed to me the salesman just wanted to sell me the most expensive unit in the store.
Even though i explained i would only use it every now and then.
I ended up buying a midrange machine when I only really needed a cheap home handyman unit.
So that’s why i am here trying to give you the best unbiased advice possible .
Cheapest is not always best but you need good advice so you can make the correct decision for your own needs and get the right machine for your job.
I personally like to purchase from Amazon.com because i think they can’t be beaten on their pricing and warranties also the different choices of plasma cutters for any job you might have.
Their consumables seem to be the cheapest i have found so far.
If you need some advice don’t hesitate to contact me.